DP Ruto’s ally defends Oscar Sudi, suggests KNEC misspelt his name.

Deputy President William Ruto’s ally has stepped out  to defend Kapseret Member of Parliament Oscar Sudi who is said to have forged his Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) certificate.

According to Ainabkoi member of Parliament William Chepkut who took to his Twitter page suggested that Sudi was not to blame in the scandal.

Chepkut was replying to a tweet by Narok Senator Ledama Ole Kina who had wondered how Sudi earned his diploma certificate in 2005 yet he say for KCSE in 2006.

“Alifanya KCSE 2006 alafu ako na Diploma ya 2005 saasa hii si bhang! Sudi Sema Ukweli (He sat for KCSE in 2006 yet he earned his Diploma in 2005, Sudi must say the truth),” said Ledama.

In his response to Ledama’s tweet, Chepkut said that Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) were the ones to blame as they may have misspelt Sudi’s name.


On Tuesday, The Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) secretary Nabiki Ene Kashu told Magistrate Felix Kambo that Sudi did not register or sit the 2006 KCSE exams at Highway Secondary school in Nairobi.

Kashu, who received a letter from Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission (EACC) requesting confirmation of candidacy and result of Oscar Sudi of the year 2006, established that the 401006 used by the legislator did not belong to Highway Secondary but Parklands Secondary school.

She says that they also established that a candidate by the name Sudi did not appear in the 2006 KNEC database for either Parklands Secondary or Highway Secondary school.

Kashu said Index 401096/081 belonged to Obaje Bob Ongango, who was registered and sat the 2006 KCSE exams at Parklands Secondary School.

“There is no possibility of two schools sharing a code number during a given examination. Similarly, there is no possibility of two candidates sharing same index number,” Kashi said.

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